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>>still a ton of learning and I'm willing to do it. but also >>realize the pace and workload get in the way of family. I'm >>not with that at all. > >You're probably fine, but learning curves are a real thing.
the dynamic way this stuff works just seems too chaotic. never had a job where I still felt lost after a year. makes it harder to learn. very little repetition in cases. >> >>I'll pay my dues since this is my first real step into the >>space but definitely need to keep my eyes open for a >different >>role. hopefully still with the company, but we'll see. > >There you go. Always good to have a plan.
definitely. gotta keep it moving! >> >>did some weekend work recently. manager told me to take an >>extra day off somewhere. he's a good dude. > >a good manager is worth TWICE their weight in gold.
he's good good. we just talked this morning about possible new direction for me on this team. he knows I like teaching others since I've lead a couple of groups in getting certs. so sometime next year, I may be able to do more work with our training team. >> > >> >>turkey day will be odd. wife's flying to Cali with her mom. >>they will be gone for a week. me and the kiddos will go to >my >>aunt's place. we'll be fine, but it will be different with >my >>lady gone. > >Y'all good?
absolutely. my MIL lived in Cali for the last couple of years, but moved back here. MIL's car is still out west, so they're flying out and driving it back. >> >>after working this week, I'm taking next week off. need to >>refocus on some chillin and studying. signed up for another >>cert. taking that test on 12/30. > >This lifelong learning shit is for the birds! I cannot WAIT to >be done.
this shit really is turrible lol. after this cert, I'm taking a break from the cert game. plus I don't want to look like I'm a cert chaser. I don't want to be a paper tiger.